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CSPAN
Mar 24, 2013 12:00pm EDT
, her husband, bill clinton, was in power in the 19 -- went resident benjamin netanyahu was premised. there was a lot of frustration and i described a little bit to explain the context with which come within which people were operating. hillary clinton is in weight in the back and she was and the policymaking aspect of the white house back in the '90s, but she remembers what the interactions were like. rahm emanuel is back. he was a by bill clinton's site. not devising policy on the middle east but certainly an adviser. and now he is there with president obama and it sort of informed a little bit of the mood of needing to be bullish and needing to be strong when it comes to dealing with benjamin netanyahu, because everybody who's been there before. and i had american officials tell me benjamin netanyahu thinks he can wait this out until we leave, but we're going to be here longer than him. so we can try to move the ball forward all of it here and there until he's edged out of the political scene because that's just the nature of politics in issue. but benjamin netanyahu has just been
CSPAN
Mar 17, 2013 9:00pm EDT
boss. because, remember, her husband, bill clinton, was in power in the '90s when benjamin netanyahu was prime minister. and there was a lot of frustration there, and i describe that a little bit to explain the context with which, within which people were operating. hillary clinton is in a way back. he wasn't in the policy-making aspect of the white house back in the '90s, but she remembers what the interactions were like. rahm emanuel is back. he was by bill clinton's side not necessarily devising policy on the middle east either, but certainly an adviser. and now he's there with president obama, and it's sort of -- it sort of informs a little bit of the mood of needing to be bullish b and needing to be strong when it comes to dealing with benjamin netanyahu because everybody's been there before. and i had, um, you know, american officials tell me, you know, benjamin netanyahu thinks that he can, you know, wait this out until we leave, but, you know, we're going to be here longer than him. so we can just, you know, try to move the ball forward a little bit here and there until he's edge
CSPAN
Mar 18, 2013 8:30pm EDT
marco. we need to prevent iran from getting [inaudible] benjamin netanyahu talked about this. [inaudible question] >> well, you know, i think this could be a better question for dennis. our message has been missed on this front. i agree with you that the president has, for example, he had weapons capabilities. where is that has been the focus in the past. i think the terminology the u.s. uses has varied greatly. it sends a mixed message. the point i think is that there is an underlying part of evidence. both of the u.s. and israel are focused on the same thing, which is preventing an undetectable breakout. that is sincerely michael. you look at the question of how quickly could iran develop the weapons grade uranium for a single unintentional nuclear weapon. how can we be sure that we can prevent them from getting to that point. i would argue that the weaponization part of this -- we have talked about this. it is not always relevant to this consideration. i think of what can take place in a short timeframe. the underlying policy objective is the same. but we need to make sure
CSPAN
Mar 23, 2013 7:00am EDT
discussed it with prime minister benjamin netanyahu and both of us agreed to, and fortunately they were able to begin the process of rebuilding normal relations between two important countries in the region. this is a work in progress. it is just beginning. there will still be significant disagreements between turkey and israel not just on the palestinian question but on a range of different issues. they also have a whole range of shared interests and they both happen to be extraordinarily strong partners and friends of ours so it is in the interests of the united states that they begin this process of getting their relationship back in order and i'm glad to see this happening. >> you can watch the rest of the president's news conference on our web site c-span.org, where you will find video from of the events we cover and live streaming of the c-span networks. >> the most striking difference between what is happening today and what happened a hundred years ago tacomas of the parade. 100 years ago the parade was a parade so much as a riot. police refused to protect the marchers so a
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